No | Name | Rank | Photo | |
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3. | Dr. Myo Pa Pa Htwe | Associate Professor | myopapa@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

5. | Dr. M Roi Seng | Associate Professor | mroiseng@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

6. | Dr. Nge Nge Khaing | Associate Professor | ngekhaing@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

7. | U San Aung | Lecturer | sanaung@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

14. | Daw Su May Win | Lecturer | sumaywin@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

15. | Daw Swe Mon Oo | Assistant Lecturer | swemonoo@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

16. | U Kyaw Htet Lin | Assistant Lecturer | kyawhtetlin@bmwuni.edu.mm | |

17. | Daw Hnin Yee San | Tutor | hninyeesan@bmwuni.edu.mm |

No | AUTHOR | Research Name | Abstract | Journal Name, Vol.No, Date | ||
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1 | Dr Khin San Aye | Numerical Approximations of Quantum Drift-Diffusion Model | We consider the Dirichlet boundary value problem for the stationary quantum drift-diffusion model in one space dimension and it is discretized by using the finite difference approximations and the exponentially fitting finite difference approximations to derive nonlinear discrete systems. The nonlinear discrete systems are computed by using the Newton’s iteration and by writing a MATLAB program, to present the numerical simulations for the various parameters. | Yenanchaung Degree College Research Journal, 2010 January, Vol-1, No.1 | ||

2 | Dr Khin San Aye | Gummel Iterative Scheme for One-Dimensional Quantum Drift-Diffusion Model | The scaling and derivation of Quantum Drift-Diffusion Model is studied. The Gummel iterative scheme for the stationary quantum drift diffusion model in one space dimension is introduced and the convergence of the Gummel iteration is proved. | Monywa University Research Journal, 2017 December, Vol-8, No.1 | ||

3 | Dr Khin San Aye | Waiting-Line Models | In this paper, we illustrate the basic features of a waiting line model and consider the waiting line situation at the Golden Muffler Shop. We study the part of waiting-line model. Firstly, we study single channel waiting-line and secondly, multiple channel waiting-line with arrivals. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2019 June, Vol-10, No.1 | ||

4 | Dr Khin San Aye | Solving Integral Curves and its Applications | In this paper we study methods for finding integral curves and surfaces of vector fields. And then we express the applications to plasma physics and to solenoidal vector fields. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

5 | Dr Hnin Oo Lwin | First-Order Richardson Method | In this paper, Euler method generated by an Euler function will be first described by an infinite matrix VE. Then we deduce the recurrence relation for the sequence of numbers and derive the first-order Richardson method using these . | Kengtung University Research Journal, 2009 December, Vol-1, No.1 | ||

6 | Dr Hnin Oo Lwin | Finding the Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors of Circulant Matrices | In this paper, Toeplitz matrix and circulant matrix are presented. The eigenvalues and eigenvectors of the circulant matrices are found by using the idea of nth roots of unity and the roots of the polynomial. Two examples are illustrated for the circulant matrix of order 3 and the circulant matrix of order 4. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2019 June, Vol-10, No.1 | ||

7 | Dr Hnin Oo Lwin | Finding the Smallest Absolute Eigenvalue of the Square Matrix | The aim of this paper is to find the smallest absolute eigenvalue of the square matrix. Firstly LU Factorization and Doolittle Method are presented. Then the smallest absolute eigenvalue of the square matix is found by using the Inverse Power Method. The example is illustrated for square matrix of order 3. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

8 | Dr M Roi Seng | A Study Travelling Salesperson Problem | In this paper, we study some basic graph terminology and examples. We then discuss some important concepts in graph theory, including paths and cycles. And also, we study the two classical graph problems which is the existence of Hamilton cycle and the traveling salesperson problem. Now, the purpose of this paper is how to solve the traveling salesperson problem. | Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2014 September, Vol-5, No.1 | ||

9 | Dr M Roi Seng | The Construction of Operator Spaces | In this paper, we state some basic notions of matrix spaces. And then we introduce the operator spaces. Finally, we describe the constructions of operator spaces. | Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2020 January, Vol-10, No.2 | ||

10 | Dr M Roi Seng | The Dual of an Operator Spaces | In this paper, we introduce the operator spaces and present some notions of operator spaces. And then, we study the concept of a dual of an operator spaces. Finally, we discuss some fundamental properties of dual operator spaces. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

11 | Dr M Roi Seng | Some Applications of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | In this paper, firstly the basic concepts of matrices and determinants are introduced. And then, the important facts of the eigenvalues and eigenvectors are presented. Finally, some applications of eigenvalues and eigenvectors are described. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

12 | Dr M Roi Seng | Fundamental Theorems for Banach Spaces | Banach space is very interesting area in functional analysis. So, in this paper, we discuss the important fundamental theorems for Banach space, namely, the open mapping theorem, the uniform boundedness principle and the closed graph theorem. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

13 | Dr Nge Nge Khaing | Some Problems in Network | In this paper, the network programming and its branches problems, there are minimum-span problem, shortest-route problem and maximal-flow problem. These problems are interested in the sum of the costs of materials used is a minimum. In a shipping schedule that maximizes the amount of material sent between two points. | Myitkyina University Research Jouranl, 2013 July, Vol-4 | ||

14 | Dr Nge Nge Khaing | The Easier Evaluation of Integrals by Using Green’s Theorem | Double integrals over a plane region may be transformed into line integrals over the boundary of the region and vice versa. This is of practical interest because it may help to make the evaluation of an integral easier. It also helps in the theory whenever one wants to switch from one kind of integral to the other. | Sagaing University Research Jouranl, 2018 December, Vol-5, No-1 | ||

15 | Dr Nge Nge Khaing | The Asymptotic Behavior of the Burgers’ Solution | At first, a linearized Burgers’ equation is considered. Then the initial value problem for the Burgers’ equation is solved by using Fourier transformation. And then, the asymptotic nature of the Burger’solution is examined. | Research Paper Reading Seminar In Commemoration of The 23rd Anniversary of Monywa University, 2019 October | ||

16 | Dr Nge Nge Khaing | Linear Flow of Heat in the Solid Bounded by Two Parallel Planes | Fourier Series is applied to study the linear flow of the heat in solid bounded by two parallel planes by giving different initial temperature. And then it is also solved by giving surface temperature. Finally, the temperature distributions in the slab are illuastrated. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

17 | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe | Finding a Minimum Average Distance Tree of a Distance-Hereditary Graph | For a graph G with a weight function w on the vertices, the total distance of G and w is where V(G) is the vertex set of G and dG(x,y) is the distance between x and y in G. The average distance of G and w is the total distance divided by , where N is the sum of all weights. A Minimum Average Distance [abbreviated as MAD] tree of G is a spanning tree with minimum average distance. In this paper, we present an algorithm to find a MAD tree of a distance-hereditary graph. | Myitkyina University Research Journal, ,2017 December, Vol-8, No.1 | ||

18 | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe | Some Properties of Line Graphs | Let G be a simple graph. We define that the line graph L(G) of G is a graph whose vertices are edges of G and two vertices of L(G) are adjacent whenever the corresponding edges of G are adjacent. In this paper, we study the structures of L(G) for same classes of graphs such as trees, blocks, and connected graphs. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2019 June, Vol-10, No.1 | ||

19 | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe | Estimate the Minimize Costs for Packaging and Transportation of Bird Nest | In this paper, corner-point method and big M method are described. Then spanning trees are expressed. Finally, packaging and transportation of bird nest from Myeik are illustrated by using the above concepts. | The 20th Anniversary Conference Proceedings, Dawei University, 2020 February | ||

20 | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe | Coloring of Planar Graphs | There are many different ways to colors a graph, each with different applications. In this paper, we discuss vertex coloring, and find the least number of colors needed for a coloring of the given graph. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

21 | Dr Kyaw San Lin | Iterative Method for Solving Linear Systems | We describe two iterative methods for approximating the solution of a system of n linear equations in n variables. | Yenanchaung Degree College Research Journal, 2014 September, Vol-5, No.1 | ||

22 | Dr Kyaw San Lin | Application of Minimal Spanning Tree | In this paper, we introduce the basic definitions, notations and examples of graph. Then we discuss the concepts of tree, spanning tree and minimal spanning tree. We use the Prim’s algorithm to build the cost-effective road system that connects all cities of the given weighted graph. | Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2015 December, Vol-6, No.1 | ||

23 | Dr Kyaw San Lin | Some Applications of Markov Chain on Forecasting the Weather | In this paper, some basic definitions and concepts of probability are introduced. Then examples and problems concerned with one-step and n-step transition probability are discussed. Finally, theorem and problems related to limiting probability are presented. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2019 June, Vol-10, No.2 | ||

24 | Dr Kyaw San Lin | Application of Number Theory in Cryptography | In this paper, some basic definitions, notations and concepts of number theory are expressed. Then, congruent modulo relation, equivalence class and the set of equivalence classes Zn for integer n are defined and the relation between existence of multiplicative inverse of element in Zn and being relatively prime with n is discussed. Moreover some definitions and terminologies concerned with cryptology are stated. Finally encryption and decryption of messages are illustrated with examples. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

25 | Daw Khin Aye Win | Numerical Approximations for Definite Integral | The aim of this paper is the process of finding or evaluating the values of the definite integral from a set of numerical values of the integrand. Four kinds of approximate quadrature formulae are studied. The Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s One-third rule, Simpson’s Three-eighth rule and Weddle’s rule are expressed. Finally the approximate values of some problems are obtained by using these formulae. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

26 | Daw Ohnmar | Numerical Approximations for Definite Integral | The aim of this paper is the process of finding or evaluating the values of the definite integral from a set of numerical values of the integrand. Four kinds of approximate quadrature formulae are studied. The Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s One-third rule, Simpson’s Three-eighth rule and Weddle’s rule are expressed. Finally the approximate values of some problems are obtained by using these formulae. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

27 | Daw Khon Mai | Some Applications from Complex Numbers | In this paper, a complex number is presented in cartesian form. And then, this complex number is also represented by the polar form. Moreover, the complex numbers are discussed by the fundamental law such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Finally, the applications of complex numbers are discussed. | Myitkyina University Research Journal, 2020 January, Vol-10, No.2 | ||

28 | Daw Khon Mai | Some Applications of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | In this paper, firstly the basic concepts of matrices and determinants are introduced. And then, the important facts of the eigenvalues and eigenvectors are presented. Finally, some applications of eigenvalues and eigenvectors are described. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

29 | Daw Khon Mai | The Dual of an Operator Spaces | In this paper, we introduce the operator spaces and present some notions of operator spaces. And then, we study the concept of a dual of an operator spaces. Finally, we discuss some fundamental properties of dual operator spaces. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

30 | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun | Duality Theory in Multiobjective Optmization | In this paper, we study different vector-valued Lagrangian functions and we develop a duality theory based upon these functions for nonlinear multiobjective optimization problems. The saddle-point theorem and the duality theorem are derived for these problems under appropriate convexity assumptions. A duality theory obtained by using the concept of vector-valued conjugate functions. | Sagaing University of Education Research Journal, 2018 October, Vol-9, No.1 | ||

31 | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun | Introduction to Optimization and Some Applications | In this paper, the linear optimization problem is introduced and its applications in economic problems are illustrated with some examples by using the graphical method and second derivative test. In addition, the concepts of vector optimization such as minimality notions based on partial orderings introduced by convex cones are described. Finally, the comparison of the sets of all minimal solutions of multiobjective optimization problem with respect to the cone and also the image sets of the set of minimal solutions is proved. | Mandalay University Research Journal, 2018 December, Vol-9, No.2 | ||

32 | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun | Properties of the Pascoletti-Serafini Scalarization | In this paper, Pascoletti-Serafini scalarization of the multiobjective optimization problems(MOP) is discussed. Then, the properties of the Pascoletti-Serafini scalarization are investigated. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

33 | Dr Moe Sandar | Schauder Bases and Duality | This paper is mainly concerned with the problem of existence of a topological basis, the so-called Schauder basis in a Banach space and the problem of characterization of Banach spaces having Schauder bases. | Maubin University Research Journal, 2014 December, Vol-6 | ||

34 | Dr Moe Sandar | The Unconditional Constants For Hilbert Space Frame Expansions | This paper is concerned with basis and basis like system in Hilbert space called frames and also includes some fundamental notions in frame theory. | Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, 2017 June, Vol-XV, No.3 | ||

35 | Dr Moe Sandar | Characterization of Atomic Decompositions, Banach Frames and Xd-frames in Banach Spaces | This paper is mainly concerned with the atomic decompositions, Banach frames and Xd-frames. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

36 | Daw San Thet Nwe | Application of Staistical Method | In this paper, we discuss about statistical method which is used to find the number of students in entrance of Myingyan Degree College for the next academic years. | Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2014 September, Vol-5, No.1 | ||

37 | Daw San Thet Nwe | Fundamentals of Incompressible Ideal Flow | In this paper, streamlines and potential lines for uniform flow, source flow, doublet flow and vortex flow in two-dimensional flow are presented. And then nonlifting flow over a circular cylinder by adding uniform flow and doublet flow, lifting flow over a circular cylinder by adding nonlifting flow and vortex flow are discussed. | Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2019 August, Vol-10, No.1 | ||

38 | Daw San Thet Nwe | Exact Solutions of Nonlinear Dispersive Equations for a Traveling long Wave | In this paper, the derivation of nonlinear transformation is formulated for the system of nonlinear partial differential equations of dispersive traveling long wave in 1+1 dimension by using the homogeneous balance method. It is presented that this transformation is applied to construct the exact solutions of nonlinear dispersive equations for a traveling long wave. | Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2019 August, Vol-10, No.1 | ||

39 | Daw San Thet Nwe | Solution of the Dispersive Long Wave Equation in (2+1) Dimensions | In this paper, the solitary wave solutions of the approximate equations for dispersive long wave equation (DLWE) in (2+1) dimensions are constructed and nonlinear transformation is also derived by using the homogeneous balance method. With the aid of that transformation, the exact solutions are obtained. The solutions of two-dimensional KdV equation or Kadomtsev-Petviashvili equation are obtained. | Myingyan Degree College Research Journal, 2020 May, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

40 | Daw Su May Win | Numerical Techniques for Unconstrained Optimization | In this paper, the optimization problem in standard form is introduced. The real problem is transformed to the mathematical model. Then, the constraint problem and unconstraint problem are illustrated. Especially, the unconstraint problems are solved. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

41 | Daw Swe Mon Oo | Application of Euler Cycle | In this paper, some definitions of graph theory are presented. And then definitions, examples and theorems related to Euler cycle are discussed. Finally, postman problem for weighted graph is solved by using the algorithm. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

42 | Daw Swe Mon Oo | Fundamental Theorems for Banach Spaces | Banach space is very interesting area in functional analysis. So, in this paper, we discuss the important fundamental theorems for Banach space, namely, the open mapping theorem, the uniform boundedness principle and the closed graph theorem. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

43 | Daw Swe Mon Oo | Applications of Vertex Coloring | In this paper, some definitions and concepts of graph theory are presented. And then definitions, examples and theorems concerned with vertex coloring are stated. Finally, some applications of vertex coloring are discussed with illustrative examples. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

44 | U Kyaw Htet Lin | The Dual of an Operator Spaces | In this paper, we introduce the operator spaces and present some notions of operator spaces. And then, we study the concept of a dual of an operator spaces. Finally, we discuss some fundamental properties of dual operator spaces. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

45 | U Kyaw Htet Lin | Some Applications of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | In this paper, firstly the basic concepts of matrices and determinants are introduced. And then, the important facts of the eigenvalues and eigenvectors are presented. Finally, some applications of eigenvalues and eigenvectors are described. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.1 | ||

46 | Daw Hnin Yee San | Applications of Vertex Coloring | In this paper, some definitions and concepts of graph theory are presented. And then definitions, examples and theorems concerned with vertex coloring are stated. Finally, some applications of vertex coloring are discussed with illustrative examples. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

47 | Daw Hnin Yee San | Application of Euler Cycle | In this paper, some definitions of graph theory are presented. And then definitions, examples and theorems related to Euler cycle are discussed. Finally, postman problem for weighted graph is solved by using the algorithm. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 | ||

48 | Daw Hnin Yee San | Fundamental Theorems for Banach Spaces | Banach space is very interesting area in functional analysis. So, in this paper, we discuss the important fundamental theorems for Banach space, namely, the open mapping theorem, the uniform boundedness principle and the closed graph theorem. | Banmaw University Research Journal, 2020 June, Vol-11, No.2 |

No. | Candidate | Thesis Title | Supervisor | Year | ||
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1. | Ma Nway Nway Htwe | Numerical Method for Elliptic Boundary Value Problems | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2011 | ||

2. | Ma Nu Nu Nge | Applications of Fourier Series for Initial Boundary Value Problem | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2014 | ||

3. | Ma Than Than Swe | Some Theorems on Normed Linear Spaces and Their Consequences | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2016 | ||

4. | Ma Lin Lin Aye | Numerical Methods for Non-Linear Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2011 | ||

5. | Ma Hnin Nwe Win | Some Numerical Methods and Approximation Methods | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2012 | ||

6. | Ma Khaing Yin Win | Rectangular Nets and Finite Difference Methods for Second-Order Hyperbolic Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2012 | ||

7. | Ma May Zin Myint | Numerical Methods for Initial-Value Problem | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2012 | ||

8. | Mg Moe Myint | Finite Difference Methods for Elliptic Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2012 | ||

9. | Ma Ohmar Myint | First Order Non-Linear Equations and Their Applications | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2013 | ||

10. | Ma Khin Su Mon | Fourier Transforms and Laplace Transforms for Initial-Value Problem | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2013 | ||

11. | Ma Su Su Aung Ma Myat Tint Mon | Direct Method and Iteriative Methods for Solving Systems of Linear Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2013 | ||

12. | Mg Ko Ko Naing | Analysis for Polynomial Interpolation | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2014 | ||

13. | Ma San San Win | Numerical Methods for Initial Boundary Value Problems | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2015 | ||

14. | Ma Zin Mar | Numerical Methods for Parabolic Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2015 | ||

15. | Ma Kay Zin Khaing | Explicit and Implicit Methods for some Ordinary Differential Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2015 | ||

16. | Ma Win Win Maw | Approximation of Initial Value Problem by using One-Step Method | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2016 | ||

17. | Ma Kyi Su Han | Some Numerical Method for Solutions of the Non-Linear Equation | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2016 | ||

18. | Ma Kyi Su Han | Solving the Heat Equation using Fourier Transforms | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2017 | ||

19. | Ma Nan Thuzar Khaing | Solving the Wave Equation using Laplace Transforms | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2017 | ||

20. | Ma Lu Aung San | The Method of Characteristics for Linear and Quasilinear Wave Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2020 | ||

21. | Ma Tin Zar Lin | Iterative Methods for Non-Linear Equations | Dr. Khin San Aye Professor | 2020 | ||

22. | Ma Pwint Wai Soe 2 Maha-Stat-13 | Convergence and Perturbation Theorems for Matrix Inverses | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2011 | ||

23. | Ma San Wai Wai Htwe 2 Maha-Stat-10 | Iterative Methods for Systems of Linear Algebraic Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2011 | ||

24. | Ma Hay Thi Htwe 2 Maha-Math-39 | Polynomial Equations and Circulant Matrices | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2012 | ||

25. | Ma Aye Mya Mon 2 Maha-Stat-31 | Pseudo-Inverse and Orthogonal Projections | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2012 | ||

26. | Ma Moe Sandar Wai 2 Maha-Stat-14 | Newton's Method for Solving System of Nonlinear Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2012 | ||

27. | Mg Ye Mon Myint 2 Maha-Stat-3 | Interpolation Theory Using Finite Differences | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2013 | ||

28. | Mg Naing Soe Min 2 Maha-Stat-21 | Polynomial Approximation and Interpolation | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2013 | ||

29. | Ma San Thiri Phyo MRes-Math-5 | Orthogonality of Chebyshev Polynomials | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2013 | ||

30. | Ma Sint MRes-Math-11 | Polynomial Approximation by Least Squares | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2013 | ||

31. | Ma Ei Phyu Phyu Hnin 2 Maha-Stat-4 | Matrices with Repeated Eigenvalues | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2014 | ||

32. | Ma Mo Mo Cho 2 Maha-Stat-13 | Error Analysis of Gaussian Elimination | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2014 | ||

33. | Ma Khin Moe Yi MRes-Math-2 | Matrices and Spectral Theorems | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2014 | ||

34. | Ma Su Myat Phyo 2 MSc-Math-1 | Matrix Eigenvalue Problem | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2016 | ||

35. | Ma Phyo Phyo Aye 2 MSc-Math-13 | Numerical Solutions of the Elliptic Partial Differential Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2016 | ||

36. | Ma Ei Mon San 2 MSc-Math-19 | Numerical Solutions of the Parabolic Partial Differential Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2016 | ||

37. | Ma Su Myat Phyo MRes-Math-9 | Iterative Methods for Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2017 | ||

38. | Ma Phue Ei Ngon 2 MSc-Math-4 | Finite Elements and Shape Functions | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2017 | ||

39. | Ma Shwe Zin Thet 2 MSc-Math-5 | Finite Differences and Interpolation Formulae | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2017 | ||

40. | Mg Aung Ko Ko Shine 2 MSc-Math-15 | Some Standard Methods for First-Order Differential Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2017 | ||

41. | Mg Myo Min Tun 2 MSc-Math-38 | Interpolating Polynomials | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2017 | ||

42. | Ma Khaing Thuzar MRes-Math-4 | Matrix Representations of a linear Transformation | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2018 | ||

43. | Mg Aung Ko Ko Shine MRes-Math-6 | Solving The Systems of Ordinary Differential Equations by Using Numerical Methods | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2018 | ||

44. | Mg Hkun Pha Pan 2 MSc-Math-1 | Linear and Nonlinear Least Squares Fitting to Data | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2020 | ||

45. | Ma Zun Htet Htet Nway 2 MSc-Math-8 | Power Method and Several of Its Variations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2020 | ||

46. | Ma Nwe Ni Myint 3 PhD(Res) Math-8 | Numerical Solutions of the Fractional Differential Equations | Dr. Hnin Oo Lwin Professor | 2020 | ||

47. | Ma Su Myat Naing | A Study on Matchings in Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

48. | Mg Pai Nway Oo | Euler Tours in Directed Graph | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2018 | ||

49. | Ma Myat Theingi | The Block-Cutpoint tree of a Graph | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2011 | ||

50. | Ma Thidar Htun | Block-Point Trees and Subdivision Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

51. | Ma Thu Zar Htet | Spanning Trees in Directed and Undirected Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

52. | Ma Pu Nam | Graph Representation and Graph Isomorphism | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

53. | Ma Mo Mo Ko | Some Types of Trees and Its Applications | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

54. | Ma Pai Nway Oo | Euler Tours and Its Applications | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2017 | ||

55. | Mg Seng Ja Aung | Planarity of Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2017 | ||

56. | Ma Ja Brim | Some Directed Graphs and Its Applications | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2018 | ||

57. | Ma Maran Doi Ra | Classes of Rooted Trees with Applications | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2018 | ||

58. | Ma May Zin Hlaing | Characterization of Coloring on Some Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2019 | ||

59. | Ma Saung Kalyar | Relations Between Trees and Bipartite Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2019 | ||

60. | Ma Win Win Khin | Paths and Circuits in Some Graphs | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

61. | Ma Khin Thwe Win | Hypercube Graphs and Its Properties | Dr Myo Pa Pa Htwe Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

62. | Ma Hmwe Lin | Eulerian Graph and Its Applications | Dr Kyaw San Lin Associate Professor | 2019 | ||

63. | Ma Ei Phyu | Relationships between Maximal and Prime Ideal | Dr Kyaw San Lin Associate Professor | 2019 | ||

64. | Mg Phyo Wai Linn | Finding Spanning Trees in Connected Graph | Dr Kyaw San Lin Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

65. | Ma Zar Chi Oo | Maximum Flow and Minimum Cut in Networks | Dr Kyaw San Lin Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

66. | Ma Khin Than Aye | Some Application of quotient Topological Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2011 | ||

67. | Ma Moe Thuzar | An Introduction to Spectral Theory | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2013 | ||

68. | Mg Khaw Duq Lone Mawq | An Introduction to Barrelled Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

69. | Ma Ya Ku | The Hilbert Spaces and Spectral Theory | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

70. | Ma Khaing Zin May | The Elements of Functional Analysis in Banach Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

71. | Ma Roi Nu San | A Study of Linear Operators on Banach Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

72. | Mg Wa Baw Zaung Hkaung Naw | A Study of Linear Operators on Hilbert Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

73. | Mg S Bawm Yaw | The Duality in Barach Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

74. | Ma Aye Khaing Myint | The Bounded Operators on Hilbert Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

75. | Ma Khaw Duq Lone Mawq | A Study of Barralled Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

76. | Ma Wa Baw Zaung Hkaung Naw | A Study on Banach Algebra | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

77. | Mg Roi Aung | The Quotient Topology | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2017 | ||

78. | Ma Hmwe Yone | Some Properties of Harsdaff Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2018 | ||

79. | Ma Lar Myar Mee | Some Properties of Tychonoff Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2018 | ||

80. | Mg Seng Ra | The Continuity of Topological Vector Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

81. | Mg Aung Myo Oo | The Completeness of Topological Spaces | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

82. | Ma Nwe Nwe Lin | Dual Spaces and Its Applications | Dr M Roi Seng Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

83. | Ma Khin Mar Wai | Characterizations of Order Statistics | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

84. | Ma May Thet Zun | The Similarity Solution of Linear and Nonlinear Diffusion Equations | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2016 | ||

85. | Ma Aye Aye Aung | Homogeneous and Nonhomogeneous Problem for Wave Equation | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2010 | ||

86. | Ma Zu Zu Win Sandar | Positive Definite Matrices and Their Properties | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2011 | ||

87. | Ma Thin Thin Soe | Numerical Solutions of Heat Equations | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2012 | ||

88. | Ma Htar Mar Nar | Two Dimensional Steady Flow Between Parallel and Non-Parallel Plane Walls | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

89. | Mg Ko Ko Than | Images System and Conformal Transformation | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

90. | Mg Ye Naing Lin | Maximum and Minimum Flow in Network | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2014 | ||

91. | Ma Htay Htay Myint | A Study on Well-Ordered Sets | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

92. | Ma May Thet Zun | Images System and Conformal Transformation | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

93. | Ma Zin Mar Nwe | Order Relation in a Set | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

94. | Ma Nan Khin Hmwe | Two-dimensional Steady Flow Between Parallel and Non-Parallel Plane Walls | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2015 | ||

95. | Ma Hlaing Su Wai | Laminar Flow of Viscous Imcompressible Fluids | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2019 | ||

96. | Ma Aye Myat Thu | Boundary Value Problem for Laplace Equation | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

97. | Ma Naw Myat Kyu Thin | Solving Boundary Values Problems by Using Separation of Variables | Dr Nge Nge Khaing Associate Professor | 2020 | ||

98. | Mg Thoun Thoun Soe Lin | Some Applications of Tree | U San Aung Lecturer | 2020 | ||

99. | Ma Yin Yin Tun | Schauder Bases in Normed Spaces | Dr Moe Sandar Lecturer | 2020 | ||

100. | Ma Win Win Khin | Motion of Elliptic Cylinder in the Fluid | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun Lecturer | 2017 | ||

101. | Mg Moe Htet Htet Myint | Compactness in Some Spaces | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun Lecturer | 2018 | ||

102. | Ma Thaw Tar Win | Linear Operators on Finite Dimensional Spaces | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun Lecturer | 2019 | ||

103. | Ma Thin Lae Lae Naing | Convex Function on Subset of Real Vector Space | Dr Nu Wai Lwin Tun Lecturer | 2020 | ||

104. | Ma Sut Nu Aung | Numerical Approximation for Definite Integral | Daw Ohmar Lecturer | 2020 | ||

105. | Ma Zar Chi Oo | Interpolation with Unequal Intervals of the Argument | Daw Khin Aye Win Lecturer | 2020 | ||

106. | Ma Nan Hnin Hnin Oo | Some Methods for the Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations | Daw Khin Aye Win Lecturer | 2020 | ||

107. | Ma Nang Tsin Pan | Some Special Kinds of Rings | Daw Khon Mai Lecturer | 2017 | ||

108. | Ma Shan Aye | Some Propertities of Polynomial Rings | Daw Khon Mai Lecturer | 2020 | ||

109. | Mg Micheal San Aung | Some Applications of Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors | Daw Khon Mai Lecturer | 2020 | ||

110. | Ma Pa Pa | Linear Transformation on Vector Spaces | Daw Su May Win Lecturer | 2016 | ||

111. | Ma Yu Maw Lwin | Imbedding of Rings | Daw Su May Win Lecturer | 2016 | ||

112. | Ma Mi Mi Myint Maung | The Study of Ideals | Daw Su May Win Lecturer | 2016 |

1. Classical Literature 2. Modern Literature 3. Literary Theory and Criticism 4. Linguistics 5. Ancient Language 6. Indigenous Languages |

Year | Total |
---|---|

First | 109 |

Second | 92 |

Third | 41 |

Fourth | 49 |

First Year Hons: | 23 |

Second Year Hons: | 13 |

Third Year Hons: | 24 |

Qualify | 3 |

MI | 3 |

MII | 21 |

Total | 378 |

Year | Total |
---|---|

First | 35 |

Second | 29 |

Third | 24 |

Fourth | 7 |

Total | 95 |

Curriculum and Time Table

- First Year
- Second Year
- Third Year
- Fourth Year
- First Year (Hons:)
- Second Year (Hons:)
- Third Year (Hons:)
- Qualifying
- MSc First Year
- MSc Second Year

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | မ 1001 | မြန်မာစာ | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Eng 1001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

3. | Math 1101 | Algebra and Analytic Geometry | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 1102 | Trigonometry and Differential Calculus | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Elective | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

AM- 1001 | Aspects of Myanmar | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 20 | 14 | 12 |

Time/ Date | 9:00-10:00 | 10:00-11:00 | 11:00-12:00 | 12:00-1:00 | 1:00-2:00 | 2:00-3:00 | 3:00-4:00 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MONDAY | AM- 1001 | Myan- 1001 | Phys- 1001 | Math- 1101 (Tutorial) | |||

TUESDAY | AM- 1001 | Myan- 1001 | Phys- 1001 | Math- 1101 | AM- 1001 (Tutorial) | ||

WEDNESDAY | Eng-1001 | Math-1102 | Math- 1101 | Myan- 1001 (Tutorial) | |||

THURSDAY | Eng-1001 | Math-1102 | Math- 1101 | Math- 1102 (Tutorial) | |||

FRIDAY | Eng-1001(Tutorial) | Math- 1102 | Phys- 1001 (Practical) |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | မ 1002 | မြန်မာစာ | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Eng 1002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

3. | Math 1103 | Algebra and Analytical Solid Geometry | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 1104 | Differential and Integral Calculus | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Elective | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

AM- 1001 | Aspects of Myanmar | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 20 | 14 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 2001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 2101 | Complex Variables I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 2102 | Calculus of Several Variables | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 2103 | Vector Algebra and Statics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

Elective (2) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 21 | 15 | 12 |

Time/ Date | 9:00-10:00 | 10:00-11:00 | 11:00-12:00 | 12:00-1:00 | 1:00-2:00 | 2:00-3:00 | 3:00-4:00 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MONDAY | Math- 2105 | Eng- 2001 | Math- 2103 | Math- 2102 | Math- 2101 (Tutorial) | ||

TUESDAY | Math- 2102 | Eng- 2001 | Math- 2104 | Math- 2101 | Math- 2103 (Tutorial) | ||

WEDNESDAY | Math- 2102 | Math- 2101 | Math- 2101 | Math- 2104 | Math- 2102 (Tutorial) | ||

THURSDAY | Math- 2103 | Math-1105 | Math- 2104 | Eng- 2001 (Tutorial) | |||

FRIDAY | Math- 2103 | Math- 2104 (Tutorial) | Math- 2105 (Tutorial) |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 2002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 2107 | Linear Algebra I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 2108 | Ordinary Differential Equations | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 2109 | Vector Calculus and Dynamics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

Elective (2) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 21 | 15 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 3001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 3101 | Analysis I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 3102 | Linear Algebra II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 3103 | Differential Equations | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 3104 | Differential Geometry | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

Time/ Date | 9:00-10:00 | 10:00-11:00 | 11:00-12:00 | 12:00-1:00 | 1:00-2:00 | 2:00-3:00 | 3:00-4:00 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MONDAY | Math- 3103 | Math- 3103 | Math- 3104 | Math- 3102 | Math- 3101 (Tutorial) | ||

TUESDAY | Math- 3104 | Math- 3104 | Math- 3105 | Math- 3104 (Tutorial) | |||

WEDNESDAY | Math- 3103 | Math- 3102 | Eng- 3001 | Math- 3101 | Math- 3103 (Tutorial) | ||

THURSDAY | Math- 3101 | Math- 3101 | Eng- 3001 | Math- 3102 | Math- 3105 (Tutorial) | ||

FRIDAY | Math- 3105 | Math- 3102 (Tutorial) | Eng- 3001 (Tutorial) |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 3002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 3107 | Analysis II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 3108 | Linear Algebra III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 3109 | Mechanics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 3110 | Probability and Statistics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 4001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 4101 | Analysis III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 4102 | Numerical Analysis I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 4103 | Linear Programming | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 4104 | Partial Differential Equations | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

Sample Description

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 4002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 4107 | Analysis IV | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 4108 | General Topology I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 4109 | Abstract Algebra I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 4110 | Hydromechanics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 3001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 3201 | Analysis I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 3202 | Linear Algebra II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 3203 | Differential Equations | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 3204 | Differential Geometry | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

Time/ Date | 9:00-10:00 | 10:00-11:00 | 11:00-12:00 | 12:00-1:00 | 1:00-2:00 | 2:00-3:00 | 3:00-4:00 |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MONDAY | Math- 3203 | Math- 3203 | Math- 3204 | Math- 3202 | Math- 3201 (Tutorial) | ||

TUESDAY | Math- 3204 | Math- 3204 | Math- 3205 | Math- 3204 (Tutorial) | |||

WEDNESDAY | Math- 3203 | Math- 3202 | Eng- 3001 | Math- 3201 | Math- 3203 (Tutorial) | ||

THURSDAY | Math- 3201 | Math- 3201 | Eng- 3001 | Math- 3202 | Math- 3205 (Tutorial) | ||

FRIDAY | Math- 3205 | Math- 3202 (Tutorial) | Eng- 3001 (Tutorial) |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 3002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 3207 | Analysis II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 3208 | Linear Algebra III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 3209 | Mechanics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 3210 | Probability and Statistics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 4001 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 4201 | Analysis III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 4202 | Numerical Analysis I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 4203 | Linear Programming | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 4204 | Partial Differential Equations | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

Sample Description

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Eng 4002 | English | 3 | 2 | 2 | |

2. | Math 4207 | Analysis II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 4208 | Linear Algebra III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 4209 | Mechanics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 4210 | Probability and Statistics | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Elective (1) | * | 3 | 2 | 2 | ||

Total | 22 | 16 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 5201 | Analysis V | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

2. | Math 5202 | General Topology II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 5203 | Abstract Algebra II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 5204 | Hydrodynamics I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 5205 | Numerical Analysis II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Math 5206 | Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations I | 4 | 3 | 2 | ||

Total | 24 | 18 | 12 |

Sample Description

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 5207 | Analysis VI | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

2. | Math 5208 | General Topology III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 5209 | Abstract Algebra III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 5210 | Hydrodynamics II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 5211 | Graph Theory | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Math 5212 | Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations II | 4 | 3 | 2 | ||

Total | 24 | 18 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 5201 | Analysis V | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

2. | Math 5202 | General Topology II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 5203 | Abstract Algebra II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 5204 | Hydrodynamics I | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 5205 | Numerical Analysis II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Math 5206 | Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations I | 4 | 3 | 2 | ||

Total | 24 | 18 | 12 |

Sample Description

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 5207 | Analysis VI | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

2. | Math 5208 | General Topology III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

3. | Math 5209 | Abstract Algebra III | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

4. | Math 5210 | Hydrodynamics II | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

5. | Math 5211 | Graph Theory | 4 | 3 | 2 | |

Math 5212 | Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations II | 4 | 3 | 2 | ||

Total | 24 | 18 | 12 |

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 611 | Analysis I | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

2. | Math 612 | Abstract Algebra | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

3. | Math 613 | (a) Qualitative Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations (OR) (b) Dynamical Systems | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

4. | Math 614 (OR) Math 615 (OR) Math 616 (OR) Math 617 | Discrete Mathematics (OR) Numerical Analysis I (OR) Solution of Linear Systems of Equations (OR) Physical Applied Mathematics I (OR) Stochastic Process I | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

Total | 16 | 16 | 8 |

Sample Description

No. | Module No | Name of Module | Credit Points | Hours per week | ||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Lecture | Tutorial | |||||

1. | Math 621 | Analysis II | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

2. | Math 622 | Linear Algebra | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

3. | Math 623 | (a) Partial Differential Equations (OR) (b) Differential Geometry | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

4. | Math 624 (OR) Math 625 (OR) Math 626 (OR) Math 627 | Graph Theory (OR) Numerical Analysis II (OR) Physical Applied Mathematics II (OR) Stochastic Process II | 4 | 4 | 2 | |

Total | 16 | 16 | 8 |

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